One of the sectors that has been the most hit by the lockdown measures and restrictions due to the current economic and humanitarian crisis has been Mobility. The industry has always been in continuous transformation seeking ways to further develop new safe and sustainable transport models, but the pandemic has irretrievably accelerated the process. And now, in a Covid-19 world, it is time, more than ever, for the cities to concentrate its efforts to work on it. How has the pandemic developed awareness on the close relationship between our mobility system and public health? How will post-pandemic mobility evolve?
The Post-pandemic Transformation of Urban Mobility
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